the Success of the concert. proceedings closed with the National Anthem. the consequences likely to accrue from the act when be proposed it, as be was employed as a navvy, and not in blasting operations. APn. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10 1877 A. C. Amjerson, Lieutenant H. J. Williamson
FATAL FIRE DERRY. Last night, fire broke out in the promises known as Christy’s Mills, Londonderry, about nine o’clock. The burning was confined to the middle store and grain lofts. midnight the flames were only partially subdued. Very considerable damage bad, so far, been done.
The turnkeys in the Southern Police Office, Glasgow, in going the round of the cells on Thursday afternoon, discovered a prisoner named Michael Rodgers hanging by cravat attached to a guard. When taken down he was quite dead. fellow-prisoner, who had been brought drunk, was slee
Ax explosion of dynamite took place in a cottage at Meltham. A widow named Elizabeth Garsido resides at Schedule, immediately behind the tower the parish church, and with her resided family of six children and six lodgers, in house comprising small kitchen, a scullery, and two b
On Thursday afternoon the body of man named Thomas Hunter, residing 92, Palmerston Street, South Shields, was found hanging to the bedpost in his bedroom, having committed suicide. In lus pocket was fouud a small memorandum-book, in which was written “Hannah God forgive you as i